• Francis Pryor

    Dr. Francis Pryor was born in London in 1945. He read archaeology and anthropology at Trinity College, Cambridge where eventually he took a PhD. After Cambridge he emigrated to Toronto where he joined the staff of the Royal Ontario Museum.
  • Maisie Pryor (Nee Taylor)

    Maisie Taylor studied archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. She co-directed excavations at Etton Causewayed enclosure and Flag Fen with Francis Pryor.
  • Garner Roberts (Secretary)

    Garner Roberts worked as a Commercial Director and Company Secretary for over 20 years in Hawker Siddeley Power Engineering, Hawker Siddeley International and Rolls Royce Power Engineering.
  • Jacquie Lawson (Vice Chair)

    Jacquie spent her working life as a civil servant, she gained an Open University degree in Natural Science specialising in Evolution and Ecology.
  • Nyree Ambarchian

    Nyree is an award-winning communications specialist and has worked in both the public, private and third sectors.
  • Peter Melkowski

    Peter started his printing business from his fathers garage in Slough in 1983 at the age of 17, the company today has developed to become a leading specialist in print finishing services & Peter is recognised within his industry as an innovator in his field.
  • Neil Hart

    Neil is a management professional and history graduate working in the UK voluntary sector.
  • Krystyna Melkowski

  • Brenda Hirst

    Mrs Brenda Hirst was a director from 2006 at Fenland Archaeological Trust. Her newest directorship was with Peterborough Young Men’s Christian Association Limited.
  • Sarah Wilson

Past Trustees

  • Richard Rigg

    Richard was a very active contributor to the Fenland Archaeological Trust, where he contributed as Trustee, Vice Chair and Chair, all on a voluntary level.
  • Professor Charles French

    Charly is a Professor of Geoarchaeology and Director of the McBurney Geoarchaeology Laboratory in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge PhD (Environmental Archaeology) Institute of Archaeology, University of London; 1979-1983